Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 20, 1955 · Page 24
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 24

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Thursday, October 20, 1955
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FROSTBURG -KEY § EIt nd Tri-Stale Area (24) Evening times, Thursday, October 2(1, 1955 . Savage PTA Hears Plans For Leveling School Pkiylot No Inquest Slated In Falal Shooting Of Bedford Youth •; BEDFORD—No inquest is plan • ned in the death Sunday of a nine year-old Franklin - County boy in Woodbury. " The victim of the accident wa ! Terry H. Harclerode, nine-year-old •son < of Mr. and Mrs. Homer H 1 HarclcroSe Jr., of RD 2, Mercers burg, who was struck in the heac by a .22-calibre bullet accidentally ' discharged from a gun he and hi. ! cousin; Harry R. Harclerode Jr. - were examining in a wagon shed - He was dead on arrival at Nason - Hospital at Roaring Spring. Bedford County Coroner Vernon G.'Geisel said the shooting wa clearly the result of an acciden , and that an inquest would serve ; useful propose. .' ". • The victim and his parents hac -'travelled from their Franklin Coun ly-home for.a Sunday visit will tb(f family of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rf Harclerode, along Pennsylvania Route 36, about one mile soulh o tfte v Bedford County community ol Woodbury. The two elder Uarclc roftes are brothers. • Young Terry and his.cousin wen inl<L a wagon shed to play whili their parents talked. They found a .22-t'alibre rifle and began examin ing it. . , . • !./",WhiIe Harry was holding the rifle, it accidentally discharged the bullet striking Terry in the head. „ State police officers learned thai fKe~boys had taken the gun from the cab of a parked truck and were examining it when it discharged. .Stale Police Pfc. N. C. Robbins investigated the tragedy. Ghoirs Plan Supper MT.. SAVAGE—The Senior and Junior choirs of the lit.-Savage Methodist Church' will .sponsor a turkey supper November 8 in the basement of (he church. Tickets must be purchased. in advance from choir members. Motorola 5-stor Deluxe metal table set with big 21" screen—in Bronze, Charcoal or Blond. Right r Up : Front. Tuning. Model-21T26. .$189.95 Bob's Radio 69 E. MAIN ST. I Frostburg I PHONE 87 MT. SAVAGE—Hie Ml. Savage Parcni-Teachcr Association met a •ecenl evening in Mt. Savage Higl School, with Arthur Miller prcsid ing. Mrs. Florence Best led the Hag salule and prayer. A recommendation was made lo purchase a clock for the princi pat's otfice. Wilbert Paul reported on a meeting held with members of the Board of Education concern ing plans lo level off the . play ground. A commitlce was appoinled to represent the PTA on the project file committee includes Alfre< Renna, Wilson ' Sweene, Mrs Charles Aldridge, Mrs. Carl Press man, .Mrs. Howard Aldridge, Mrs Eleanor Wingert, Mrs. , Marj Louise Arnold, Mrs. Amy Turley Mrs. Arthur Miller, Wilbur Paa and Stuart Delbrook. Mrs. Lesler B. Keed reported on [he summer conference held al College Park. A report on a County Council meeting held at Me- Coole, was submitted by Arlhui Miller and the names of chairmen for the ensuing year were read. " Mrs. Amy Miller was appointed a delegate lo the slate convention while. Mrs. Lesler B. - Reed wa; named alternate. A donation of $15 was made to (he school for the year book. Attendance awards were won by Mrs. Florence Besl and Mrs. Carolyn Lennox. The meeting was followed by a irogram on "Reading," presentee )y Mrs. Carolyn Lennox, Miss Margaret Winner and Alfred ienna; Program To Fete Netv, Prospective Members A A UW FROSTBUHG-Plans'.for a lea Feted On Birthday Miss Frances Fraijkenberry en- .erlained a recenl evening wilh a surprise birthday party for her mother, Mrs. Francis B. Franken- wrry. Refreshments were served. Guests included Mrs. Emma Brant, Mrs. Kdward J. Eichhorn Ir., and Mr. and Mrs. James son, all- of Frostburg;'. and Mrs. Cennelh Logsdon, Mrs. : Anlhohy Uonahan, -Mrs.. Charles' Wallers, Urs. Patrick A. Fannon, Mrs.- Wiliam Yantz, Mrs, Charles Mulli- Miss Georgianna Harden and Miss Hilda Frankenberry. Officers Elected Ml Savage" MYF met ward mceliiig of Ihe Froslburg- "Icorge's Creek.'Branch, AAUW. held at the home of Miss Jane Irindel, McCulloh Street. Miss Jean Bowan was co-hostess. Mrs. Virgil Atkinson, program chairman, announced the tea foi • and prospective, members will >e held Sunday, October 30, from 2 to 4 p. m. at the lipme of Mrs. "Robert BiUner, Slandislr Street. The executive board is lo serve as with Mrs. Al'kin- The Ml Savage MYF met re 'enlly to elect officers. They are (resident, Dorothy Aldridge; vice president', Jerry Huff; ^recording ecretary, Wilma Hook; treasurer, Roger Frankenberry. ;The officers vere installed by Rev. Randal] 'arsons, pastor of Ml. Savage iQlhodisl Church. Brief Mention Mr. and Mrs. James House and daughter, and Mrs.-William Besl isited Rebecca House, student al Voslern Maryland College. Mrs. Leon Connor is a patient n Miners Hospital, Froslburg. Miss ponnniBishields has return- id froni Miners Hospital,' Mrs. Henry Dover is in Alexan- Iria, Va., visiting her son-in-law ihd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vcs- ern N 7 . Pruilt. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Crowe vis- .ed Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hauscr, Connellsville, Pa. Joseph Nolan visilcd Mr. afid irs. John Nolan, McKeesporl, Pa. Mr.' arid Mrs. .Wallace Duck- 'orth and Miss Margaret Ann Campbell relurned to Baltimore fter visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mal- iew Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. George McGann ave moved from New Row lo Ihe onie they purchased in Yellow low. ' Mr. and Mrs. Paul McGann, 'illsburgh, are visiting Mr. and tvs. Charles Winner. Rt. Rev. Msgr. George J. Larin, pastor o( the Catholic Shrine of he Lillle Flower Church, 'Balti- nore, and his sisler, Miss Kathryn .arkin, also of Baltimore, return- d after spending ;a week wilh re- atives. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Rcin- olz, Detroit, and Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Reinholz Jr., and son, Garden Mich., returned afler visiting Ir. and Mrs. Paul H. Garlitz. he committee, son chairman. ' A donation of $20 was made by r irst Methodist. Church to purchase religious books for the library, Mrs. Robert Bitlncr reported. It was announced children's lory hour will be started Saturday when Mrs. Robert Jlagcr will jc Hie story' (tiler. On the follow- ng Saturday, five students of Dr. )orothy Howard's class al Frost- >urg Stale Teachers College will lold Ihe slory hour. This Saturday t i.s for four, five and six-year-olds. Reporls from the Frederick vorkshop were given and it was •eporled that Ihe Recent Graduates group is planning crafts for he next few meetings. Jihle Class To Meet PIEDMONT —The Helen Gold Bible Class of Piedmont Presby- erian Church will meet at Ihc lome of Miss Rose McCombs. 39 Cast Hampshire Slreel, lomorrow ,t fl p. m. ' OCTOBER SPECIALS AT LAYMAN S 3 ONLY.AMERICAN CENTRAL . ; BASE CABINETS 2-24" and 1-30" CABINETS .-. <- Then are fleer medtli at greatly reduced prices. 3 ONLY FLOOR MODEL GAS RANGES-PRICED AT A SAVINGS TO YOU - All W0r« High Priced Ranees Now 99.50 - 147.50 - 165.00 1 ONLY UNIVERSAL GAS INCINERATOR New Only 79.9S LAYMAN'S HARDWARE 37 I. M«ln Ftoitbtirf Phenf 540 New Officers PTA Elected At First Meet GRANTSViLLE — The Parent- Teacher Association of Northern Barrett County High School held ts first meeting of the school yeai a recent evening al Ihe schol. Mrs. 1 Irva Mickey, president, ^resided. The resignation of Mrs, W. E. Prankc, vice president, am Russell Wright, treasurer, were accepted. Mrs. Richard Codding- Ion. and Mrs. Cecil Shroycr were elected to the respective-position The unit voted to join Ihe Garrell Counly PTA Council and elected Mrs. John Furlough to represent the unit at the stale nationa. convention, November 10-11, in Baltimore. Mrs. .Margaret Fleming, reported on a. PTA Workshop held at Accident,, and also on the County Council meeting'held in Oakland. The program featured student eaders of the school. The presidents, or representatives of each of tiie clubs and organizations gave brief reports on the purpose and s " on i" s "aiternate! activities of (he separale groups. W. M. Fleming, principal, introduced Hie leaching staff. lononng members new' were and prospective 'Inb'Mying UN Plag For College o o FROSTBURG—The Tnternalional delations Club of Froslburg Stale Teachers College ha^ .ordered a' Jnilcd Nations flag for use at the cliool. The new flag will be featured al n IRC Mid-AUanlic Regional con- prencc ol international relations lubs lo be held on Ihe local cam- us April 28. The. club will lend Ihe. flag lo omnion interest groups of the ommunily as a public service, lubs desiring lo borrow' the flag hould contact Miss Louise Ewald r Allan Shnnc at the college. PreisidciU Lists ! New Chairmen Cresapiown PTA ;'cnE'sAPT6wN';-.:i]eker '.Sherman,' president of (lie;•'-Parent- Teacher Association of Crcsapto'vn School,-' announced • the names' 01 committee chairmen at Ilic 'firsl meeting of-the school year. Thcj Include: .Budget and finance, Mrs.-Calvii: Ware'; Girl Scouls',' Mrs, Catherine Sindy; 1 homeroom —•-"--•-• -••- me mothers, Mrs, Ruth , Niner; ; hospltalily, Mrs, Frank Ferrone; membership, Mrs. Fcrman . Helmsteller; •, librarian, Mrs. Annella Gerson; program, Mrs; Thomas Beachy. ' ••-. ! Publications, -'Mrs. .Charles Wcndl; music, Mrs. Mary Martir ano; ,hcaltli,-.Mrs. Eleanor Keitip; spiritual education, 'W. Wi'-Pa'tter son;_parent ; educalioii, jMrs. R. C, Adams; safely,- '-.Glenn',- Hahna; playground, Walter 'Richardson, and legislation, Robert. Bonice. New officers, besides Sherman, are Mrs. Catherine Sindy, vice president; Lloyd .Marshall, secretary; Mrs. Ruth Martin, treasurer and Roger Lyrich^ assistant Ireas- urer. i • Faculty members and parents of new students at the school were introduced by Miss Myra Nefflen principal. Mrs. R. f. Adams WPS appointed delegate lo Ihe stale convention, scheduled November 11-12 in Baltimore. Mrs. Arthur Fergu- lieports presented included summer conference, Mrs. Sindy, and auditing, Mrs. Djrk Vandenberg. It was announced. the homeroom mothers would meet Wednesday, October 26.' at 2 p. m. An executive board meeting will be hclc Wednesday, November 2, at 7:30 p. m. The next general meeting will be held Thursday evening, November 10, at which Ralph R. Webster, formulated at a superintendent of schools, will be speaker. . Attendance banners were won by he fourth and second grades. Refreshments were served. Grantsville GRANTSV1LLE Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hershberger attended the Maryland Association of Insurance Agents meeting in Cumberland. Mrs. Catherine Miller, who had been visiting her home with a son, Floyd Miller, . Emmittsburg, has come here to live with another son Christian Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Ashby and daughters, Waynesburg, Ohio, vis- ited'Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ashby. -Mrs. Oscar Schaffer and Mrs. Homer Sehaffcr. Crellin, were also recent guests of Ihe Ashby family, and Mrs. Slanton Fink, Waynesburg; I^a., visited Airs. Rebecca Stanton and Mrs. Lena S. Bender. Mrs. Joseph F. Fancy is a patent in the Meyersdale (Pa.) Community Hospital. Mrs. Irva Mickey and Mr. and Mrs. James Wengard.and children visited Mrs. Eva Mickey, Loch Lynn. . . ., , Robert Glolfelly and Miss Marie Hines. Baltimore; Sgt. and Mrs. Donald Glotfelty, Beaufort, S. C., and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Folk. Akron, were recent-guests-of Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Glolfclty. Mr. and Mrs. James Harm and children and Charles Speicher, all of Westminster, visited Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Speicher. Mr. and.Mrs.-Donald Sfout and daughter, Morgantown, W. Va., vere recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. •larvey Gortner. Donald ^Hutchinson, Merchanl- ville,, N. J., visited.Mr. and Mrs.; iyron H. Bender. Mrs. Hutchinson and son, who spent the past week wilh her parents,' returned icme with her husband. State College Girl Elected ToSCMPost imOSTBURG-Miss Janet Tasclv cnberg,. junior student at . Frost- AnriwlCollege Fashion Shoiv Set'Wednesday KEYSER -.The- iiiimial fa fashion show sponsored by tl: Homo Economics Department. i Potomac State College will be lie burg Stale-Teachers College; was Wednesday, October 26, .beglnnln elected-secretary of District • 3 : ,of at 8:30 p. m.; in the college auc the Student Christian Movement loriiim. at a recent district'conference at Camp Michaux, Pa, Miss Taschenberg was one of six student's representing the local college association. Models will be. members of II: Home Economics. Club,- those i the class • in Family Living an others. Mrs. Carmclla Murphy, the Home Economics Departmeh the theme of the conference was says-that any campus man or wi "Community, Communications and man interested in modeling-shoul Christ," with .reference primarily to the college" campus. The speakers were Rev. Bruce Morgan, professor of Bible, -Wilson College, and -Rev. Gayraud Wilmore, Stu- conlact her. Jeannie Mills will provide plan background music as. models di: play the latest fashions. Cpmmei lators will include Edward Hue dertl Christian Movement staff bee, Nila. Kinzor and Mildre Shepp. Harold Benson, will sin member of the Middle ; Atlantic Region. The conference was attended by approximately 50 students representing five colleges. The other Frostburg delegates were Jo Eppeisbn, Margaret Leader, Carolyn Smith,' Kent Smith and &" Johnston, Samuel Herwig, Roc Thomas Rowan. Brief Mention The Sunergoi. Soc.ely of. First Presbyterian Church will meet tomorrow at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. .Martin Hamrick, 131 West College Avenue.-. Devotions will-be conducted 'by Mrs. James Kim aiiil Mrs. Louis'Baker. Cub Scout Pack 46, sponsored by the Beall Elementary. School PTA, will hold a social tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in the school auditorium: ncy Ceer and Rebecca' -Rulan Decorations are being • handled t Shirley McLucas, Carole Kenned and Barbara Uaines. Toivn To Honor Netv President Of Legion Unit KINGWOOD, W. Va. Un -Mrs. Bowden D. Ward's home town friends are planning a banquet tomorrow night to honor her election to the national presidency of the American Legion Auxiliary. The toas'lmasler will be another West Virginia who once headed the American Legion as national com: mandcr, Donald - R. Wilson of Clarksburg. The main address will'be by Mrs. Lawrence H. Smith.of Racine, Wis., past national-president of the auxiliary. a few solos. Jean Cave is serving as gerien chairman. The publicity comfni tee includes Joyce/ Boorie, Nanc Sisler and Jane Hincbaugh. 0 the clean-upi .committee are.Can Plaintiff Awardec $7,500%'Jury UNIONTOWN-A Fayetie Coun ly Circuit Courl jury returned verdict in favor, of'Wilbur T. Con away, of near Markleysburg, wh entered a suit against Dr. Milto Mrs. Charier E. Powell, 34 F .. Manning, Beallsville, followin Broadway, relurned after visilmg her'son-in-law and daughter, Master Sgt. and Mrs. Blair Lee Holmes, New York. an accident in which Conaway wife was fatally injured: .The jury awarded. Conaway an his children ?7|500 and also aware ed $331 to the estate of the plaii tiff's late wife. - •'« . : Conaway's wife was injure fatally when struck by a vehic operated by Dr. Manning on -Ai gust 8, 1954. ' Mrs. Conaway left her husband auto"repair shop and'started acros U. S.-40 lo her home to answer telephone call when she wa slruck. She died enrbule lo Un lonlown Hospital as the result internal injuries. A .witness for the plaintiff, Rich ard Komhier, teslified he saw Ih accident and said Dr. Manning wa driving his car fasl when he struc [he woman. Visited In Piedmont PlEDMONT-Misses Ruth Ege and Dorothy Dixon, Detroit, visi cd Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fredlock Jones Street. Presbytery Meets At Newest Church In Winchester Area PIEDMONT Samuel C. Diehl, pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Marlinsburg, retiring moderator, preached Ihe opening sermon at the meeting of the Pres- jytery of Winchester, held Tuesday in Ml. Storhv Church. Dr. George • D. Jackson of _Firsl Presbyterian Church, Winchester, vas elected moderator of the next six months. The speakers were and 0. D. Collelt, rcpreserite Piedmont Presby'lerian Church. CDA Plans Social' MT. SAVAGE — Court Thcres 357, Catholic Daughters " Amer will sponsor a social tomorro 1 it 7:45 p. m. in St. Patrick's Hal Mrs. Cajl Thompson, Front Royal, Va., president of the Women .of Ihe Church of the Presbytery, ind Dr. David.K. Allen, president 'f Davis and Elkins College. . The meeting was held in the newest church of the Presbytery. \It. Slorm Church was dedicated lunday, August 7, and the pastor: s Rev. James 0. Yount, son of )r. - G. 0. Yount, Petersburg.; 'here are two other churches in I he parish, Gormania and Kitzmil-! er. M(j. I Hcv. Robert M. Campbell, pas- Armstrong's Quaker FLOOR COVERINGS 6-9-12 Fr. Widthi All New Patterns In Stock QUINN'S FLOOR SERVICE PHONE 1181-W . FOR FREE ESTIMATES 117 E. MAIN ST. FROSTSURG PLYMOUTH '456 All-new, with Aerodynamic Styling : '.", ; •..-.•and revolutionary Push-Button 'Driving! :' . Here's a beautiful car-full of evidence AMODYNAMIC STYLING... longer, telling .you why this will be j'our.year t -• 'bigger.-.. flight-motion lines interpret ''fo'own » Plymouth! 'PUSH-BUTTON DRIVING. 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The dinner will' be held Monday evening, November 7, in he Pythian Sister Hall, and a dance will follow al the VFW Home. .John W. Morgan of Frederick, district governor, will be the guest speaker'..and 1 an entertainment program is being arranged, Bolyard staled. . . ' : : John Slakcm, zone membership chairman, gave a brief report on recent meeting of .district officials, at which high praise was given to the local club bulletin. The program 1 chairman, Thomas •lolmes, presented Hodgsdon, who showed a film and gave a talk on he life at a summer camp in New York State where he worked. The entertainment committee, Boyd Bolyard, chairman, Arthur 3. Phillips, Ray Bampion, Samuel jlulcheson and Nelson' Kcyes. will .meet Wednesday, October 26, lo make final arrangements for the .adies Night program. A donation was volcd lo the muiiicipal committee for holiday street lights. Brief Mention Airman William Freeman, son of' Mrs. Kalherine Freeman, left jy plane for San Francisco, from where he will go to the Philippines 'or'an 18-months assignment. Sgt. and Mrs. Melvin Duckworth and family left for Langley Field, Va. Sgt. Duckwortl- recently re- lurned from a two-year slay in England wilh the Air Force. They visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. •lowa'rd Duckworth here. The newly-clccledI officers -of th» Auxiliary of James P. Love Post 12, American Legion.. \wilt, be Installed this evening .at the Post tome. The installation will be conducted by Mrs. Blanche.Fester- nan of 1 Frostburg. .•• . «. - . • B&O Vets To Fete Grand President KEYSER-The local B to Veterans organization - will hieet • to- norrow. at 7:30. p. hi., according o Leo C. Wilcox, president.-.The group will. entertain Grand President Roy E. Collins, New York, who is making am official •isil' lo Keyscr. A big turnout is expected. .• , . 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